is the first in a series article By Simon Nairn | January 21, 2018 12:03:10India’s first national bank has announced a new range of products and services, which it hopes will attract more customers to the bank, as well as attract a more global audience.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Tuesday announced the introduction of the First National Bank of Pakistan, which will be a subsidiary of the national bank, in a move aimed at attracting more customers.
The bank is expected to have a bank account of 1.5 billion rupees ($14.8 million), according to the statement.
The statement also said the bank will offer a new product called First National Savings Bank, which has a target of raising at least one billion rupee by 2022.
The new product is targeted at the Indian middle class, the statement said.
The First National bank will be the country’s first branch of the global bank.
It will be headquartered in the capital city of Islamabad, the bank said.
Pakistanis have been using Indian bank accounts for centuries, but the move is seen as a move to bring more financial services to the country.
The government has set up a committee to study the issue of the use of Indian bank account in Pakistan, and the RBI will soon decide on the matter.
Pakistan’s central bank has also issued a statement saying it is keen to help the country grow, as it is a country with large potential.
The central bank said the decision to open a branch in Pakistan is part of the RBI’s long-term vision to provide services in the country for its growing middle class.
“Pakistanis can use Indian bank for banking and savings.
It is an important source of financial services in Pakistan.
This bank will provide financial services for a broad range of consumers, and will have a customer base of the Indian population,” the statement read.
The RBI said that the bank’s expansion plan will help expand the country, including by opening branches in the Indian cities of Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad.
The statement added that the new branch will offer more than 2 million rupees of savings accounts.